Grade: BS Medical Technology II
Subject: Physical Education III
History, Equipment, and Basic Skills in playing Badminton; The Dimensions of the Badminton Court; Scoring and Rules

Expected Outcome Of This Lesson Plan-
By the end of the class discussion the students must be able: know about the history of Badminton. be familiar with the four equipments of the game. observe the rules and know the dimensions of the court.
Teacher Objectives-
1.Explain the history of the game.
2.Illustrate or present the actual equipments and court of the game.
3.Demonstrate the proper playing in an actual court, observing the rules and scoring.
illustration of the dimensions of the Badminton court; brief summary of the history; equipment: racket, net, shuttlecock and posts of the court;
Teaching Methods-

1. Lesson Introduction-

1.As much as possible, hold class in an actual Badminton court.
2.Introduce the topic by asking them a question, e.g., "are you familiar with the game Badminton?"
3.Discuss the history of the game; emphasize the significant dates and names mentioned.

2. Lesson Progression-

1.Present the actual equipments before them; identify their uses and parts.
2.Clearly explain the dimensions of the court and scoring.
3.Highlight the rules and techniques of the said game.

3. Guided Practice-

1.Ask a student to assist in the demonstration.
2.While explaining, emphasize the proper areas of service, and the basis of scoring.
3.After demonstrating, ask the whole class to try playing.

4. Student Practice-

Let them practice by themselves so that they would master the proper performance of the game.

5. Learner Accommodations-

1.Ask them to provide an index card.
2.Explain that each of them will have to play the game with the proper rules and scoring.
3.Winner-10 pts.; loser-5pts.

6. Assessment-

1.Give a brief summary of the whole topic.
2.Ask them if there are any questions about the matter.
3.If there are any, answer in a brief but concise manner.

7. Lesson Closure-

1.Ask the class to review their notes.
2.announce that there will be a quiz about the lesson next meeting.
Measuring Student Progress-
1.Students were attentive and very interested in the topic.
2.They were active during the demonstration, and their performance of the game was satisfactory.

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